Not a good thing.
The wholesale price of refine sugar has increased to RM2,500 from RM1,900 a tonne, and this may have a spill-over effect on cost of sugar-based products.
As children across Malaysia scurry back to school, parents struggle to keep up with rising costs that the new school year presents.
Will 2016 spell better news for our wallets? We’re not counting on it. Here are some price hikes that we’re totally not looking forward to next year.
The government could introduce toll subsidies if global oil prices recover, said Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Johari Abdul Ghani.
Most of us are anxious about the deteriorating value of money due to the rising inflation. This is exactly why you need to invest your money now!
Malaysian students abroad who are facing financial issues due to the weakening Ringgit could opt to study in local universities.
Traders say that prices of goods are high due to other costs such as price of raw materials, rent, electricity, wages and GST, and not just due to petrol prices.